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    Posted Feb 25, 2011
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    no insurance, no warranty.. what to do?

    I have a blackjack II that needs a new battery (i think). It's giving me the yellow light thing which apparently means abnormal charging... I've read a lot but nothing is definitive. Should I call AT&T and see if they will send me a new battery or...? I don't know what to do.

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    Feb 25, 2011 3:33:26 PM
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    panic_at_my_disco wrote:

    I have a blackjack II that needs a new battery (i think). It's giving me the yellow light thing which apparently means abnormal charging... I've read a lot but nothing is definitive. Should I call AT&T and see if they will send me a new battery or...? I don't know what to do.


    You could give it a try. I don't think it will do much good, however. My assumption is that you will have to provide a new battery for yourself at your own expense. AT&T will most likely not do much or anything for you for this situation.

     

     

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    Feb 26, 2011 3:35:58 AM
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    panic_at_my_disco wrote:

    I have a blackjack II that needs a new battery (i think). It's giving me the yellow light thing which apparently means abnormal charging... I've read a lot but nothing is definitive. Should I call AT&T and see if they will send me a new battery or...? I don't know what to do.


    If the phone is less than a year old it might be covered by the warrenty but I dount it, check amazon, newegg, or someplease like that and purchase a replacement battery. If you think it might be the charger, again less then a year then try the warrenty, other then that buy one

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